skip to navigation skip to content
Search

climate change and policy

India Education Diary: Student Entrepreneurs Win Cambridge Zero Student Climate Challenge With Innovation

Jaideep Prabhu, Professor of Marketing and Jawaharlal Nehru Professor of Indian Business & Enterpriseat Cambridge Judge Business School, served as a judge in Cambridge Zero Climate Challenge for students. Read the full article [indiaeducationdiary.in]…

Read more

How changing small individual actions can make a big difference to global warming

Behavioural nudges can make a big difference to battling climate change, says Cass R Sunstein, a Harvard professor and Fellow at Cambridge Judge Business School. How can behavioural “nudges” to individuals change people’s decisions relating to climate change, and can…

Read more

Professor Cass R Sunstein.

The Penisula: Qatar, region must adopt renewable capital: Panel

Kamiar Mohaddes, Associate Professor in Economics & Policy at Cambridge Judge Business School, is mentioned in this article about climate change. Read the full article [m.thepeninsulaqatar.com]…

Read more

Renewable energy lessons for developing countries

Brazil has made great strides in renewable energy through clear national policies while Nigeria has lagged due to weak financing and political will, says new study co-authored at the Energy Policy Research Group at Cambridge Judge Business School. Developing countries…

Read more

The Itaipu hydroelectric dam in Brazil.

Why climate change will have a major impact on the future of healthcare across the world

Climate change will be one of the key factors in global healthcare trends over the next 50 years as people are forced from their homes and deal with extreme heat, says new study co-authored at Cambridge Judge Business School. Climate…

Read more

World map made of matches waiting for a spark.

Why air pollution makes societies less creative

We’ve long known that pollution makes people sicker, but a new study from the University of Cambridge shows that it also harms innovation and human-capital composition. It’s long been known that air pollution makes people and communities sicker, but a…

Read more

Smog and air pollution drifts across a busy city.

Looking at 2023

Cambridge Judge Business School faculty offer their insights and opinions on what to expect in 2023 in areas ranging from entrepreneurship to climate change to disinformation. How many people predicted at the start of 2022 that, by Halloween, Britain would…

Read more

Illustration of a man with a telescope sitting on a large "2023" sign and looking to the future.

Poets & Quants: Hope amid angst on the climate-tech front

A book proposal on pioneering entrepreneurial solutions to climate change entitled “Before the Dawn: Racing to Net Zero on the Front Lines of Climate Innovation” and written by Ariel de Fauconberg, a Ph.D. student at Cambridge Judge Business School, won…

Read more

Enterprising alternatives to fast fashion through sustainability

Something new for the office party? Five tips for building a sustainable fashion business from startups supported by Cambridge Social Ventures at Cambridge Judge Business School. The Christmas party season is in full swing, and with the mince pies and…

Read more

Ethical clothing made sustainably.

Hope amid angst on the climate-tech front

A book proposal on pioneering entrepreneurial solutions to climate change by Ariel de Fauconberg, a PhD student at Cambridge Judge Business School, wins the Bracken Bower Prize of the Financial Times for best book proposal by an author under age…

Read more

Ariel de Fauconberg.

Archives